Women’s issues and women voters are key in this upcoming election. And the fashion industry, dominated by women, hasn’t been shy about getting involved.
Today brings us a new PSA about women’s issues dreamed up by some of our favorite women in fashion and entertainment.
Tavi Gevinson’s there, and so is Alexa Chung, Lena Dunham, Leith Clark, Karen Elson and many more. Who else can you spot?
Ann Romney Gets No Fashion Love: Outspoken Democrat Diane von Furstenberg admitted that she’s “not sure” how Anne Romney obtained one of her dresses to wear to a rally, and the fashion PR establishment has been pretty silent on the First Lady hopeful’s outfit choices. Why won’t the fashion industry embrace Anne Romney?
All The Pretty Colors: We mapped out fashion month by color to show you which color trends to expect from each city, and which hues will be big next spring. The visuals are awesome!
We caught up with Swedish superstar blogger Elin Kling at last night’s Acne Paper party. Read on to find out what she had to say about her design aspirations. Party pics of beautiful people like Alexa Chung and Sofia Coppola included.
Last night we made our way over to Hotel Americano for a Parisian-meets-British-meets-New-York soiree that only Maje and campaign star Alexa Chung could pull off.
In between munching on hors d’oeuvres, and grooving to the live tunes of Wild Belle, we managed to grab a few moments with the women of the hour: Maje creative director Judith Milgrom (more on that later) and Alexa Chung.
Read on to hear what Chung had to say on people copying her personal style, the new line she’s working on, and her struggles with body image.
Former talk show hostess Alexa Chung got back to her TV hosting roots today by co-hosting Anderson Live. Discussion topics included Michael Lohan, TMZ, and something that the Chanel muse could particularly relate to: Karl Lagerfeld’s hula hoop bag, which Cooper quite fairly dubbed “ridiculous.”
While majorly girl crushing on a slew of kick-ass talented and cleverly funny stars at the Glamour “These Girls.” event last night, I spotted my style idol Alexa Chung (well, she and Rachel Bilson are a constant tie in my book) before she was set to hit the decks–er, insert a pre-recorded CD–at the after-party. I had a few burning questions on my mind to ask the DJ/TV host/Gossip Girl guest star/designer/spokesmodel (did I get them all?), who was looking gorge as usual sporting winged eyeliner, a bouffant-styled ponytail coif and a very downtown girly printed navy dress.
Like about that new book, for starters…
What happens when you put funny ladies Rashida Jones, Amy Poehler, Aubrey Plaza and more in a room and let them all swear and talk about vaginas? Find out!
It’s official: The series finale of Gossip Girl is a mere eleven episodes away. While many a cynic may argue that the show actually ended sometime during the second season, for us die-hard Upper East Side wannabes, this news is harder hitting than a Nairtini to the head.
Of course, what we’ll miss most of all is the fashion. Gossip Girl has been on top of the fashion game since its first “XOXO” way back in early 2007, and as the series progressed, the characters’ signature styles arguably surpassed the plot development in terms of critical praise.
Between Blair’s preppy headbands, Chuck’s dandy suits, and Serena’s gravity-defying cleavage, the influence the kids of Constance have had on street style and fashion spreads alike is undeniable. So, as a tearful ode to our favorite CW soap, here’s a look back at some of the style stand-outs that have made the last five years of impossible-to-follow plot lines a little more bearable.